Fleetwood Town forward Jayden Stockley donated his match worn shirt from the Plymouth Argyle match in aid of raising money for the Adam Stansfield Foundation.
When an Exeter City supporters made the trip to Home Park earlier in the year, he went with the intention of grabbing a former City players' shirt from the Sky Bet League One fixture between Plymouth and Fleetwood Town.
The match worn shirt was auctioned on the official Cod Army Chat on Facebook to raise money for charity - which was chosen as the Adam Stansfield Charity - supporters can click HERE to find more out about the charity.
Following the former Exeter City players death in August 2010, Adam’s wife Marie and his immediate family were completely stunned and overwhelmed by the amount of support which was displayed by football fans, not just from the clubs he played for but from all over the country.
The family became very aware that people wanted to do charitable / fundraising activities in Adam’s memory and they decided that Adam’s death should not be in vain, and in September 2010 the Adam Stansfield Foundation was formed.
Stockley had two spells at Exeter City, with his being first a loan spell between January-May 2016, where he scored 10 goals in just 22 appearances.
The striker made the permanent move a year later in August 2017, and scored 41 goals in all competition in 76 games. As a fans favourite down in Devon, the forward was more than happy to give something back.
Dennis Brown was the winner of Stockley's match worn shirt via the auction, and made it his goal to setup a suprise meeting with the forward, alongside his Grandson, Thomas Hulston - who is a massive Fleetwood Town supporter.
Thomas wasn't aware that he was going to see Jayden prior to the Exeter City match on Saturday, and was star struck when Town's January signing walked out of the tunnel to surprise the young fan.
If you would like to make a donation, you can do so by visiting the JustGiving page HERE!